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2003 Peugeot 307 Problem

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CarPeugeot 307 2.0 hdi 90 bhp
Year2003
Ownerdave h
Posted05/08/2010


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The Problem:

Loss of power had the particulate fluid topped up replaced filler neck sensor etc.



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Solution 1


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can you give a bit more detail on the problem you have,if you are getting lack of power start by checking all your intake pipes are not split or loose,get a diagnostic done to check for any related fault codes





Posted on Thursday 5th of August 2010

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Solution 2


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vehicle details dont match having particulate filter!





Posted on Thursday 5th of August 2010

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Thanks Paulieone & 2145Simon,engine diagnostic came up with code faults P1435 P1442 P1446.





Posted on Saturday 7th of August 2010

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Solution 3


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when you topped up additive did you have ecu counters reset? Have you had all ecu faults cleared.it sounds like ecu has gone into limp home mode.the filter itself may also be blocked





Posted on Sunday 8th of August 2010

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Solution 4


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1. Wastegate arm siezed in the open position preventing a build up of pressure

2. Intercooler split/damaged

3.intercooler pipes split/loose






Posted on Sunday 8th of August 2010

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